Seaton children get muddy for charity
PUBLISHED: 07:01 09 August 2018 | UPDATED: 08:15 09 August 2018
Lilly and Charlie raise an amazing £1,600 for Cancer Research UK
Two Seaton youngsters got muddy – and cleaned up for charity.
Lilly Greenacre and Charlie Evans, both six, completed the Pretty Muddy Kids obstacle course at Exeter and raised an amazing £1,600 for Cancer Research UK.
The youngsters, who attend Seaton Primary School, had originally set out to collect £500. In the end they raised more than they ever hoped for.
Lilly’s dad Tom explained: “They did the race for two special reasons, Charlie lost his granddad to cancer and Lilly lost her little friend this year to cancer and she was only a baby. So this fundraising was really special for them and they received some amazing support on the day from friends and family.
“Charlie and Lilly are really inspirational and they put a lot of hard work and effort into their funding raising and we would like to thank all our family and friends who supported them.”
To add to the children’s total visit